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BigSkyCatMan

6th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic

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The 6th Annual Milk River Catfish Classic will be held in Glasgow, Montana on June, 4th 2005 5:30 p.m.-12:00 a.m.

* Limit is 40 teams

* Prizes for top 10

* Pays out $400.00 for first Place

* Pays out $400.00 for big fish contest.

Entry Fee is $20.00 per two person team, or $30.00 a team if you wish to enter the big fish contest.

Any other questions on this tournament call (701)-290-7277, e-mail me at brenner_f@yahoo.com, or post on this HSOforum.

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BigSkyCatMan--- Idont know about your catfishing,but your pheasant hunting and deer hunting along the Milk river is great.I usually hunt at the Paige and Whitman land and cattle, just west of town about 10 miles.

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Extreme--- three years ago I was out there Elk and Whitetail hunting. Hunted Elk by the river where they have I believ 80,000 acres.Saw a fair amount of elk,but never got a shot at a bull.On the land around the ranch,three years ago shot a 10 pt score 149 that is in Pope and Young and 1 doe along with some pheasants. Two years ago shot a 9pt but scored only 123,thought it was a 10,but had a broken tine.Saw a lot of deer a some other nice bruisers that didnt give me a good enough of a shot.Last year didnt go,hunted North Dakota.I think I will try to go there next year.Nice place ha.

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LeeH; if you want to talk more about Milk River critters; I would love to hear more. If you are interested email me at accounting(at)geminisportmarketing(dot)com. Thanks George

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Tournament Update:

There are 31 teams signed up with a week to go. Should be a blast again this year! Once again (701)-290-7277 or (406)-228-9445 for any questions.

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Hey BigSkyCatMan say Hi to Kevin Wersal from the Muddog.

I should be in your area for deer opener.

I hope you did well on the cats this year.

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